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this case. ken bastida, back to you. >> ken, you explained why this home but any explanation as to why now, what's come up most recently? >> reporter: hard to say. the only supposition is there is a new tip or evidence and they decided that this was the time to get a search warrant and to go into this backyard. this is just a block off of haight street and back in 1984, there were lots of kids who would take the bus home in this neighborhood. it wasn't all that unusual. in this particular case, kevin never made it home. maybe we'll find out why. >> yeah. this family has been waiting a long time for answers. thank you, ken. a vallejo high school is defending its decision to fire a football coach who reported a series of hazing incidents. st. patrick's-st. vincent's says the man reported the hazings to the school before christmas break. the school won't go into specifics about what happened in the locker room but it does
say the hazings happened between varsity and junior varsity players during during unsupervised practices last fall. after the school he investigated it expelled five varsity players and fired the coach. >> doing your job and alertinger boss as to what you're going on is what you're supposed to do. we made the decision to terminate the coach because the environment. >> reporter: could the case be made that the other assistant coaches were not present so why are they still there and he's got? >> it's not a committee. the coach is in charge. >> the school also contacted vallejo police but investigators say no one involved has come forward to file a report. the big events for nfl players today wasn't practice. look at this. facing hoards of reporters for super bowl media day. the big question of the day, did ravens player ray lewis use performance-enhancing drugs? cbs 5 sports director dennis o'donnell live in new orleans
and lewis' image could be seriously tarnish as enters the final game of his career on sunday. dennis. >> that's right. the baltimore havens as now have one of the best defenses in football. little did the ravens know they would have to play defense today. this is a report according to "sports illustrated" after star linebacker ray lewis tore his triceps in october, he began using performance-enhancing drugs to speed up recovery. it's not the first time "sports illustrated" has linked lewis' name to peds and once again the future hall of fame denied any wrongdoing. >> i'm going to say it again for everybody to hear it again: that was a two-year-old story that you want me to refresh. i wouldn't give him the credit to even mention his name or his antics in my speeches or my moment. i can't do it so i won't even speak about it, because i have been in this business 17 years and nobody has ever got up with me every morning and trained with me. every test i have ever took in
the nfl is -- there's never been a question. if i have ever even thought about using anything. so to even entertain stupidity like that, tell them to go try to get his story on somebody else. >> reporter: ravens coach john harbaugh says ray lewis never tested positive for performance- enhancing drugs and unless the nfl says differently allen, number 52 will be in the line- up come sunday and he plans to retire after the game. so stay tuned. i have covered enough super bowls to know that one of these stories seems to come out every time every tuesday in the media day prior to the super bowl. i'm not sure there's going to be any substance to this, not in time to affect the game, that's for sure. >> dennis, we'll check with you later, thanks. while the players tried to stick with talking football, propertiers picked topics all over the map. hairstyles, interior decorating, dance moves, everything on the table especially kaepernicking.
>> can we get a quick shot of you kaepernicking for the website? >> ha ha. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> no problem. >> hey colin -- >> that's a fake sleeve. as if proving the whole day isn't a circus, one reporter for the spanish language tv station there dressed as a clown. he does though predict the 49ers will win on sunday. a 49er faithful will be making his sixth trip to see his team play in the super bowl. 73-year-old terry white went to the 9ers' first super bowl back in 1982. this year, his tickets are on the house. 49ers ceo jed york had two tickets to give to the ultimate 49er fan. and terry is that guy. >> the saying thick and thin? well, with the 49ers it was thin and then thick. [ laughter ] >> terry's trip to new orleans is a package deal. tickets and hotel are all free.
and it's not just fun and games in names. a couple of santa clara police officers are there to work. cbs 5's don knapp is in santa clara. don, the officers are learning about how new orleans handles all that security at the superdome. >> reporter: liz, you know, if we didn't know better, this whole thing would look fishy a couple of cops saying, gee, let's go to the superdome, let's get free tickets to the super bowl. all because we want to learn how to control crowds. and in fact we came down here today, we asked some questions, we found out it's for real, it's all business. they are going there to learn how to control crowds because someday, the 49ers will be playing here and they are going to need to know what they learned. when it comes to violent crime, the city of santa clara is low on the national list. but then santa clara has never had to worry much about out-of- control sports fans or at least won't until the new 49ers stadium is completed. with an eye to the future, santa clara has sent some of its cops to new orleans to learn about crowd control. >> new orleans has done this many times.
and those guys are sharp. that's why we're sending people there to learn from them. >> reporter: two officers, a sergeant and a lieutenant, will be paid to go to the super bowl training session. a former police chief will go along but pay his own way. they will be learning from the best, says mayor mitch landrieu. >> our police department has more experience than any other police department in the nation in managing large crowds because we do mardi gras every year. i mean, it's the equivalent of a super bowl every year. >> reporter: back here in santa clara, folks we talked with had no problem with sending police for on-the-job training at the biggest sporting event of the year. >> depending on the culture or, you know, the rivalry, it can get pretty rowdy. and so i think definitely getting down there and seeing the culture, what's going on inside the crowd to keep the families safe and create a culture that, you know, families want to come to. >> reporter: some people may say, come on, this is a boondoggle, they are going down to see the game. >> no. our police department is the best. our guys are the best. if they are in there, they are doing a job and they are going to get the research and information to make our process
go smoother. >> reporter: so there you have it. the officers' trip to the super bowl is all business, but heck of a great assignment. reporting live in santa clara, don knapp, cbs 5. >> we're live in new orleans all week long. dennis o'donnell, vern glenn and michelle griego are already in the big easy and coming up a little later this is show, we'll check in with mike sugerman, who is on the road somewhere in texas headed to new orleans. a rare complicated double transplant gives the veteran the use of his arms. the amazing things he is already able to do after just a few weeks. >> we had sunshine today. it's mainly sunny outside right now some cirrus cloud cover is going to give us a beautiful sunset. find out which day is going to be the warmest over the next several. find out what that barbecue temperature is going to be for you on super bowl sunday next. >> and super bowl ads are getting real. how the common man and woman can get involved in the off the field super bowl spectacle. >> what are you going to do for
date and badly broken." speaking at a predominantly president obama says now is the time to reform an immigration system he calls out of date and badly broken. speaking at a hispanic high school in las vegas, he pushed a senate plan for a path to citizen for millions of illegal immigrants. the president said he is hopeful, acknowledging there will be fierce debate. >> for the first time in many years, republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. but this moment, it looks like there's a genuine desire to get this done soon. and that's very encouraging. >> the senate proposal would grant temporary legal status to applicants who pass a background check, pay fines and
back taxes and learn english. after that, they could apply for citizenship. the bill could come up for a vote as early as this summer. a soldier who lost all four limbs in a roadside bombing in iraq now has two new arms. the 13-hour surgery at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore which attached arms from a deceased donor was extremely complicated. doctors connected bones, blood vessels, muscles, tendons, nerves and skin. brandan marrocco is excited to have two new arms and is eager to use them. >> used them to text on my computer, scratch my face, do my hair. they have been become part of my every day life. >> surgeons practice on cadavers before attempting this surgery. the medical team also gave him bone marrow from the donor to help himself the new limbs. sideshow to the super bowl,
the commercials. this year, could you play a starring role. how the super ads are getting more real next. >> and you don't have to wreck your diet on super bowl sunday. dr. kim has the ingredients for a lean, healthy tasty party menu. i'm dennis o'donnell at super bowl xlvii. colin kaepernick has been getting all theink and joe flacco needs a little respect. here's what jim harbaugh said about the ravens quarterback. >> a winning quarterback, a football player. i don't know if you can give him a higher compliment. >> joe flacco so far in the post-season, 8 touchdowns, no interceptions. be careful, 49er defense and secondary. at the super bowl, i'm dennis o'donnell.
going to be more than a spectator sport this year. cbs5 going to be more than a spectator sport this year. cbs5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains that advertisers the big game is going to be more than a spectator sport this year. cbs 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains that advertisers are using crowd sourcing to get fans involved. >> reporter: what do you think makes a good super bowl commercial? >> i think it has to be funny.
>> something that just relates to the common man. >> reporter: well, this year, the common man is playing a much larger role in the super bowl from getting your photo in the pepsi halftime show to getting a retweet from a major advertiser or naming the budweiser clydesdale. consumers will also vote on the ending of coke's super bowl ad and star in homemade commercials for companies like pizza hut and doritos. >> those are the best ones. >> reporter: it's called crowd sourcing and it's $4 million for 30 seconds of air time for this super bowl. the psychologists say the growing trend is more than just a way for advertisers to save money making their own commercials. >> consumers want to be involved. consumers trust other consumers more than they do companies so featuring consumers is a way to get closer to them. >> when it comes to real people, it's like okay i can relate. >> it makes it feel like more real. >> reporter: yarrow says the advent of crowd sourcing is a direct result of social media allowing companies to cash in
on consumers before, during and after the game. >> consumers are involved well before the ad actually airs and they are involved afterwards and so when somebody buys time on the super bowl, really what they're buying is this extended period of involvement. >> reporter: the question remains: will crowd sourcing keep the estimated 111 million super bowl viewers in their seats during commercials? well, it depends on who you ask. >> definitely sparks my interest. >> no interest. i want the niners to win. i want to watch football. so. >> reporter: now, super bowl ad rates have reportedly risen about 60% over the last decade partially because of the rates. it will also translate to internet hits and youtube views wrong after the game. >> thank you. louis armstrong international airport in new orleans extremely busy but they haven't seen the biggest rush yet. that's expected to come after the super bowl when 50,000 passengers are expected to pass through the airport in the 24
hours after the game. the airport is nearly doubling its security lines and keeping concessions and ticket counters open throughout the night. thick fog blanketed the big easy this morning and conditions are going to get worse. >> the folks down there to enjoy the festivities, january in new orleans, sunny, right? foggy and stormy tomorrow. it's going to be a big change for those folks in new orleans. look at this map here. i want to show you our weather, perfect, just like liz said. 59 degrees tomorrow for us sunshine. baltimore near 70. that's because they are going to be ahead of a warm front. but look at new orleans, thunderstorms are likely tomorrow. so foggy today, stormy tomorrow. i believe mike sugerman is passing through amarillo, texas there, snowing heavily there today. here's a peek at the south bay, all about the sunshine. but with the north flow yesterday, keeping us chilly.
we are in the 50s right now. oakland 59. san jose 54. livermore 56. clear radar. nice and clear on the radar for the next five to seven days. tonight with clear skies, that's going to be pretty chilly again. concord 38, fremont 39, san rafael, mountain view and san jose all down to 40 degrees. so we have some changes coming. high pressure as i was telling you over the past 24 hours is working its way closer to us. today we still have that northerly flow keeping most of us in the 50s. but beginning tomorrow, high pressure is a little closer, north wind is gone, northeast wind is here and it will be several degrees milder coming up on wednesday. thursday, friday, saturday, it's all about this guy right here, high pressure sinking to our south giving us a northwest flow of air keeping us in the 60s. we are going to stay dry through super bowl sunday likely a couple of days into next week. so plenty of sunshine through saturday. highs will be a couple of degrees above average and we'll stay above freezing at night but chilly because we'll have clear skies and then late january early february.
look at all those 60s tomorrow. concord 61. san jose 63. about 2 to 4 degrees above average about 5 degrees warmer than today. santa clara 62. san mateo 60. hayward will hit 62. pleasant hill 62. low 60s for san ramon, dublin, livermore, beautiful day in san francisco. 59 san rafael 60 and berkeley 62 degrees. 59 san francisco. extended forecast sunshine through the super bowl mid-60s thursday through sunday. cloudier next week, looks wetter. we have a lot of sunshine between now and then. >> thank you. well, super bowl sunday is the second biggest food day of the year. second only to thanksgiving. >> you don't have to wake up the next day fumbling for your big jeans. dr. kim mulvihill has our game day strategy. reporter: on super bowl sunday there are favorite teams. >> of course the 49ers, i have my money on it. >> reporter: and favorite
foods. >> fried chicken. >> wings, chips. >> lots of liquor. >> reporter: it's no wonder game day calories often match those of an offensive alone man. >> -- offensive lineman. >> we can consume 4,000 calories during the game. >> reporter: the registered dietician says you need a good defense to keep you from throwing in the towel. >> baby chips, snap pea, bell pepper strips. people are anxious. they want a crunch. >> reporter: team they want up with plant-based dips, hummus, salsa, guacamole, pistachios in the shell. >> every team you unshell the pistachio it triggers the brain to remember you're consuming food. >> reporter: 30 nuts score just 100 calories. >> we are going to eat some 4 million pizzas during the game. >> reporter: ordering pizza, go with thin crust double the veggies and half the cheese. >> if you do that, you can shave 150 calories off each slice of pizza. >> reporter: but there's a flag
on fried chicken wings. >> wings are by far the unhealthiest super bowl food out there. one wing with the bleu cheese dressing is about 100 calories. >> reporter: bake, broil or grill chicken tenders instead. you will slash calories and fat. to wash it down, go light. flavored fizzy water or locale brew. >> there are ultralight varieties available as low as 55 calories. >> reporter: plan ahead. start exercising now so you can enjoy the game. think of it this way. for every one day of diet vacation, you need two days of intense exercising and dieting to make up for it. and you know, with a chicken wing shortage, get tenders. you'll do yourself and your body a big favor. >> not to mention my big boy jeans can stay in the drawer. >> thank you. all right. here's some more photos, your 49er photos. bernie thompson sent us this picture of patty, noah and
sugerman is taking the scenic route on his road to the dome. his latest stop alon in the so- called reporter mike sugerman taking the scenic route on his road to the dome. >> his latest stop along the way puts him in the so-called yellow rose of texas, the city of amarillo. mike, it looks like you might have found a place to stop and eat. what's for dinner? >> >> reporter: i can attest to what paul said about snow. it's snowing like crazy here in amarillo. i didn't expect it. it was 7 degrees yesterday. what dr. kim said about nutritious eating on super bowl in i'm at amarillo at the big
texan restaurant where they have a 72-ounce steak challenge. if you can eat this you get it for free. otherwise it's $72. this is 72 ounces of top sirloin, a lot of bull as a matter of fact. so that's where i am today and it's to start in about an hour. let me tell you where i have been. my wife and i janice were recently at the london bridge which is in arizona, lake havasu city, arizona. and i told her we were going to london, she didn't boy it. it was a second honeymoon. that didn't work. so they brought this bridge over piece by piece from london at 1972 and i'm going to show you all about it at 6:00. and then, this is what i was -- [ signal breakup ] >> i don't know if you have the picture of me sleeping there, that's why she drives now and then because i take a nap. but at 6:00 i'll tell you all
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